Events at the Baths in May

May is a very busy month at the Baths with a whole range of events centred around the Southside Fringe.  As well as an extension to GBCT’s “100 years of Govanhill Baths” exhibition in the foyer, GBart will be hosting “Concrete Ribs”, an exhibition of new work by Helen de Main, Sarah Forrest and Carla […]

Celebrating Our Centenary: Book and exhibition launch

100 years since the laying of the foundation stone of the building, Govanhill Baths Community Trust is delighted to announce the formal launch of a permanent archive and centenary publication. United We Will Swim: 100 Years of Govanhill Baths, published by Luath Press, documents the rich, diverse and inspiring story of Govanhill Baths and the […]

Stalled Spaces 2014-15

We plan to give new life to the underused garden at the back of Govanhill Baths Community Trust on Kingarth Street and develop a community garden space; a place of rest and reflexion. The project will create a ‘Wildlife Garden’ with wildflowers and innovative upcycled planters installation with a discreet tree seating. We aim to […]

Wellbeing project moves forward!

The Princes Regeneration Trust appointed as Project Manager The Board of the Trust is delighted to announce that the Big Lottery Fund has awarded us a major development grant of £34k to take forward Phase 1 of our scheme to refurbish the baths. Big Lottery’s endorsement means there is now a fantastic future ahead for […]

GBCT in collaboration with Southside Film Festival presents

Govanhill Baths have joined forces with Southside Film Festival to bring you three award winning cult films during the festival. They include With Nail and I, In the Loop and Best in Show and The Bill Hicks Story. For tickets see http://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/shows/

Our Progress

Although the Govanhill Baths Community Trust (GBCT) is still a long way off from achieving the ultimate aim of a fully integrated ‘Wellbeing Centre’, they have made significant achievements towards this goal.  One key element of the importance of the Baths to Govanhill was that it brought together the richly-diverse community into a facility that […]